Holcomb Announces Board Appointments

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Governor Eric Holcomb has made another round of appointments to various boards and commissions. It includes the Environmental Rules Board, the Indiana Gaming Commission and the Indiana Horse Racing Commission.

The appointments include:

Ivy Tech Community College Board of Trustees

• Bradley Clark (Kokomo) will join the board. His term expires June 30, 2020.

• Marianne Glick (Indianapolis) will join the board. Her term expires June 30, 2020.

• Andrew Wilson (New Harmony) will join the board. His term expires June 30, 2020.

Department of Financial Institutions

• Donald E. Goetz (DeMotte) will continue his service as a member. His new term expires September 30, 2021.

• Jean Wojtowicz (Indianapolis) will continue her service as a member. Her new term expires September 30, 2021.

Environmental Rules Board

• Beverly Gard (Greenfield) will continue her service on the board and will continue to serve as the Chair. Her new term expires September 30, 2021.

• Bill Etzler (LaOtto) will continue his service on the board and will continue to serve as the Vice-Chair. His new term expires September 30, 2021.

• Dr. Joanne Alexandrovich (Evansville) will continue her service on the board. Her new term expires September 30, 2021.

• Gail Boydston (Indianapolis) will continue her service on the board. Her new term expires September 30, 2021.

• Calvin Davidson (Plainfield) will continue his service on the board. His new term expires September 30, 2021.

• Chris Horn (Lynnville) will continue his service on the board. His new term expires September 30, 2021.

• Dr. Ted Niemiec (East Chicago) will continue his service on the board. His new term expires September 30, 2021.

• Ken Rulon (Arcadia) will continue his service on the board. His new term expires September 30, 2021.

• Angelique Collier (Indianapolis) will join the board. Her term expires June 30, 2021.

• R.T. Green (Indianapolis) will join the board. His term begins October 1, 2017 and expires September 30, 2021.

• Karen L. Valiquett (Indianapolis) will join the board. Her term expires June 30, 2021.

Indiana Gaming Commission

• Cris Johnston (Indianapolis) will continue his service on the commission and will continue to serve as the Chairman. His new term expires September 30, 2020.

• Mike Herndon (Shelbyville) will continue his service on the commission. His new term expires September 30, 2020.

Indiana Horse Racing Commission

• Dr. Philip Borst (Indianapolis) will continue his service on the commission and will continue to serve as the Chairman. His new term expires September 30, 2021.

• William McCarty (Bloomington) will continue his service on the commission. His new term expires September 30, 2021.

Underground Storage Tank Financial Assurance Board

• Gregory Cobb (Warsaw) will continue his service on the board. His new term expires August 31, 2019.

• Mark Ehrman (Carmel) will continue his service on the board. His new term expires August 31, 2019.

• Kim Forster (Noblesville) will continue his service on the board. His new term expires August 31, 2019.

• Kim Logan (Indianapolis) will continue her service on the board. Her new term expires August 31, 2019.

• Thomas Navarre (Valparaiso) will continue his service on the board. His new term expires August 31, 2019.

• Prasad Sanka (Zionsville) will join the board. His term expires August 31, 2019.

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